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Sunday, November 17, 2013

The Sims 3: Into The Future Review.

With 'The Sims 4' on the way, EA Games had to do something big to bit farewell to the fun and ever changing 'The Sims 3' and that they did by sending into the future in the new 'The Sims 3: Into The Future'.

My Sim by the time portal in the future!

Remember watching movies like the 'Back To The Future' series and wishing you could time travel like Marty? Well you can send your Sim into the future! Where you can see what your world will look like years from now, you will also meet your family members from the future. This is by far the best expansion they have done, EVER! Not only does it send you to the future, but it lets you bring the future to today.

My Plumbot working out.. Just a note: He is a robot, if his power is at a good level he will run for hours if you let him.

Let's talk about what is new! Starting with the greatest part, the Plumbot!! In The Sims and The Sims 2, you can build your own robot. Now that has partly been true in Sims 3, but now the Plumbot becomes a member of your household which you can control. The Plumbot doesn't just know everything when you build it, you must also design traitchips to give it skills. The Plumbots from what I've seen so far, can also learn things just like humans. For example: If you have the Seasons pack and it is winter, the Plumbot can build a snowman and learn how to make different ones.

This is the apartment that I just moved into. Now this is how it came.

This is what I turned it into with the Future items! See how much room there is with all the high-tech stuff?

Here is a fun idea for you. If you are able to get your hands on this and the Movie Stuff pack that I did a review of before (http://worldwideblogofcomics.com/2013/09/the-sims-3-movie-stuff-review.html), it is a perfect mix of features. As a movie and comic book guy, I really love the mix of them.

If you own an apartment, the time portal will appear down on the street side out front of your building.

Now be careful while playing in today's world, because your every act effects the future. For example: If you do bad things like become a robber, the future will be dark and messed up. If you do nice things such as becoming a fire fighter and saving lives, your future world will be amazing. That is our life lesson from The Sims.
Look at this, remember it! Trust me you will need to know what this is.

How can I get to the future? You may ask.. Well my fellow Sims town people, once you start the game you must wait just a minute or two and the Time Portal will appear at your house with the Time Traveler. Just a note: If you don't feel like waiting, you can buy the Time Portal in Buy Mode.

In the future, you can find a Bot store, where you can buy pieces and Plumbots.

Now don't forget to watch for the limited edition of 'The Sims 3: Into The Future' when buying it, because it comes with a very special item. This is called a Quantum Power Pack, this will allow you to freeze your Sims in the hibernation chamber and give unique abilities to them using the Quantum Power Suit. Don't forget that this also has other effect depending on the Sims packs you own.


Speaking of the future... Who is ready for the upcoming 2014 'The Sims 4'? I for one can't wait! They are keeping the open world and filling it with more features, how could we go wrong? The answer is... WE CAN'T!!

Note: When you use your Jet Pack... You don't always land right.

I would like to thank EA Games for supplying this and the past Sims 3 games for my reviews. I look forward to seeing what comes next with The Sims 4.

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